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Old 07-30-2015, 12:13 PM   #1
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Fan-Tastic Fan in bedroom vent

Just installed a Fan-Tastic fan in the living area vent. Am now going to install one in the bedroom vent. Only wire I find is one wire in a loop no loose ends. Wire is white and one side has a brown stripe. Do I just separate the wire and use in-line tap for the power? Imagine the side with brown stripe is the positive side. Believe it is separate wires that can be divided and it says low voltage rv wire on one side.
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Old 07-30-2015, 04:18 PM   #2
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Just installed a Fan-Tastic fan in the living area vent. Am now going to install one in the bedroom vent. Only wire I find is one wire in a loop no loose ends. Wire is white and one side has a brown stripe. Do I just separate the wire and use in-line tap for the power? Imagine the side with brown stripe is the positive side. Believe it is separate wires that can be divided and it says low voltage rv wire on one side.
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I had my bedroom vent frame out recently and if I remember correctly I had both 12 volt wires and 120 available. 12 volt for a fan and 120 for AC. I don't have the wire diagrams available to me at the moment or I would look it up.
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Do you have bedroom air? If not then the white/brown will be pos and maybe hooke to lite switch. Later RJD
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This is the way my is wired, pictures are better than words Don't know what happening with the pictures. Anyway the black fan wire is connected to the brown and white wire and the white to the white. Hope that helps.
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Old 07-30-2015, 06:17 PM   #5
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Thank you everyone. I finished the job just a bit ago and the brown/white was positive. Used in line wire tap and all is working great. No wiring for a/c and was not to bad of job once you get all the dicor sealer cleaned off.
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Old 07-30-2015, 07:50 PM   #6
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Good to hear, enjoy.
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Just installed a Fan-Tastic fan in the living area vent. Am now going to install one in the bedroom vent. Only wire I find is one wire in a loop no loose ends. Wire is white and one side has a brown stripe. Do I just separate the wire and use in-line tap for the power? Imagine the side with brown stripe is the positive side. Believe it is separate wires that can be divided and it says low voltage rv wire on one side.
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OK BAD BOB

You hooked me I just ordered my second Fantastic for the vent over our bed.

Oh and a big Fantastic Cover for the main kitchen/living room vent that stays open most of the time and has been collecting too much dirt and crap.
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They will do that! You can however pull the grill guard down to clean the area out. Just pull out on the top of the grill.
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Thank you but with a Toy hauler's high ceiling that is easier said than none.
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